Dominique Bistro is a small French joint in the West Village. I recently had the opportunity to try a pair of steaks there when I was invited in by the restaurant’s PR group.
But let me start at the beginning. I also tried the escargot and the steak tartare appetizers. The escargot was very herby and flavorful. Nice texture and nicely cooked.
The tartare was delicious. It was well seasoned, and the toasted bread, mixed greens and caperberries were great with it.
Okay on to the steak! First, the steak frites. This was a nice 14oz bone-in strip, cooked to a perfect medium rare and well seasoned.
Easily a 9/10. And the fries? Maybe some of my favorite yet.
Next up, the filet mignon.
This 10oz beauty was served on a bed of truffle oil infused mashed potatoes with spinach and gravy.
Also a perfect medium rare inside.
While a sauced steak isn’t generally my thing, this one really worked. It was so juicy and tender. 8/10.
I highly recommend this joint; they know how to handle their meat.
14 Christopher St
New York, NY 10014